Dome Lounge

A dome lounge is a type of domed railroad passenger car that includes lounge, cafe, dining or other space on the upper level or both levels of the car. Examples include both short (approximately half the length of the car, with the dome located just forward or just rearward of the car's center) and full (taking almost the entire length of the car). Some examples include sleeping compartments or coach seating.

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Dome Lounge Use Today
... A new generation of dome lounges currently operate in cruise train service in Alaska and Canada ... These do not necessarily use the traditional dome design, but are more similar to the bi-level design first seen in commuter-style "gallery" cars on U.S ...
Dome Car - Current Usage - United States - Western States
... Amtrak currently operates one dome car, #10031 ... It is a Budd full-length dome car, former Great Northern Railway #1391 "Ocean View" ... In the summertime, dome car #10031 is used on the single level Pacific Surfliner trainset ...

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